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who are we?

We are a network that assists church planters

 
 
 
The gospel is neither religion or irreligion, but something else entirely—a third way of relating to God through grace. Because of this, we minister in a uniquely balanced way that avoids the error of either extreme and faithfully communicates the sharpness of the gospel.
— Timothy Keller
 
 

WHERE WE ARE GOING

We want to start 10 new churches by 2020, but in order to see that happen we need to build a strong base of Gospel-centred, city-focused, reproducing churches.

 
 

The primary goal of the Grace Church Planting Network is to help start new churches that meet the spiritual and physical needs of their cities. This involves working directly with local leaders to start new churches, as well as with other networks, denominations, and other agencies involved in church planting and leadership development in each city. One of the ways we achieve these goals is by hosting regular meetings which facilitate an organic, gospel-centred movement.

Our Movement Meetings include practical content from a variety of speakers, as well as plenty of time for sharing, mentoring, and prayer. If you know of others who would benefit from these meetings then please encourage them to join our mailing list.

Dates/Time:

January 17th (Thu) 09:30-12:30
March 14th (Thu) 09:30-12:30
May 16th (Thu) 09:30-12:30
July 18th (Thu) 09:30-12:30
September 19th (Thu) 09:30-12:30
November 21st (Thu) 09:30-12:30

Schedule:

09:30-09:45 Coffee time and Fellowship
09:45-10:30 Study and Discussion
10:30-11:00 Case Study
11:00-12:00 Sharing and Mentoring each other
12:00-12:30 Prayer

Venue:

Tsukishima, Chuo-Ku, Tokyo; ‘Tsukishima’ Station – Oedo Line/Metro Yurakucho Line

 
 
 

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odds of survivability increase by 135 percent when a church planter meets regularly with a group of church planting peers
 
 
 

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